The Fall 2022 edition of GLASS: The UrbanGlass Art Quarterly (#168) is on newsstands and in subscribers’ mailboxes.
(Cover) Helen Lee‘s work is both art and alphabet, which makes it so appropriate for the article entitled “Multilingualism”. The cover article explores how Lee’s art practice intersects with her career as an educator, as well as a prominent advocate for economic and social justice causes. As article author Jennifer Hand explains, “Instead of seeing each of these iterations as distinct aspects of Lee’s practice, one need only look at the development of her artistic career to see how each facet informs and enriches the others.”
Stislow Design has been art directing Glass since 2006. In 2017 we headed up a redesign of the entire publication to make it more modern and bring more focus onto the artists and their images and personal stories.
In a new project, our brilliant and talented friend, Stephen Lovekin has captured messages in the windows of our Brooklyn neighbors under quarantine. You can see this series in various news outlets and online. You can read the full article in the Guardian.
The full series: Words at the Window: Self Isolation and the Coronavirus
A playful identity for the fun and creative folks at Beacon Craft Workshop. The website aspires to feel like one of their crafted projects complete with layers of hand-cut paper, stitching and textures.
American Federation of Arts (AFA) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1909. A leader in international traveling exhibitions to enrich the public’s experience and understanding of the visual arts for presentation in museums around the world, publishing exhibition catalogues. The launch of the AFA website included a fresh, bold redesign that was responsive to the array of display devices, integrated an e-commerce solution, and deployed a rich database of exhibit and news content.